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Cheryl Agulnick Hochberg

Cheryl Agulnick Hochberg is a New Jersey-based artist who works in a range of media and formats including painting, printmaking, installation and public art.

Solo exhibitions of her work include Guttenberg Arts in Guttenberg NJ, Dadian Gallery at the Luce Center for the Arts and Religion in Washington, DC, Five Points Gallery in Torrington, CT, VisArts Center in Rockville, MD, and the Allentown Art Museum. Her prints have been exhibited both nationally (the Print Club of Rochester, the Lux Center for the Arts, and Guttenberg Arts) and internationally (the 3rd Print Biennial of Yerevan, the China Print Museum, and Miniprint Cantabria).

Cheryl has participated in many residency programs including Jentel Arts, Guttenberg Arts, the Guanlan Original Printmaking Base, Playa, and Ucross. Her work has been reproduced in the EcoTheo Review, Hand Magazine, Manifest’s International Painting Annual, and New American Paintings.
In 2022 Cheryl completed two public art projects. She created an 8x48’ fence facade in River Barge Park in East Rutherford, NJ with support from the NJ Sports and Exposition Authority’s Meadowlands Commission. She also created a woodcut and wheat paste mural on the Laramie River Greenbelt Trail in Laramie, WY with the support of the Laramie Public Art Coalition and the University of Wyoming.

Hochberg received her MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She was Professor of Art at Kutztown University from 1990-2018. She served as Chair of the Department of Art and Art History from 2007-2018, and was awarded Professor Emeritus status in 2018.

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